I'm a literary artist, author, editor,

creative writing instructor, consultant, and Kundalini Yoga and Meditation teacher.

On this site you can read about my background, the books I've written, the books I've edited, the performing arts projects I've been involved with, my work as a creative writing teacher, my work as a consultant, and my work as a Kundalini Yoga instructor.

Contact me at:

TerryWolverton2011

Upcoming Events

Current Projects

I'm continuing to write new "dis•articulations" poems.

I'm looking for an agent for a new novel, The Rules Do Not Apply, a political thriller about a woman who witnesses a terrorist incident and is forced into the witness protection program.

And I'm looking for a publisher for a new poetry collection, RUIN PORN.

And I'm working on a hybrid memoir/self-help book aimed at New Adult women.

For more information about my books, click here.

Sunday, july 10, 2016 2 p.m.

BIRD FLOAT, TREE SONG
DISARTICULATION AND COLLABORATION
Armory Center for the Arts
Pasadena, CA
Free

The event will celebrate the publication of BIRD FLOAT, TREE SONG: DIS•ARTICULATIONS POEMS BY LOS ANGELES POETS, edited by Terry Wolverton. The anthology chronicles a year-long project by Wolverton in which she invited a different poet each month to collaborate with her, using a specified process, by which each created new poems using language generated by the other. The project raises questions about inspiration, origination and ownership of language and by extension the creative process. Poets Olga Garcia Echeverria, Donna Frazier, Douglas Kearney and Wolverton will read their poems as well as some of the process writing that led to poems, and discuss their responses to the collaboration and working with the dis•articulations process. The audience will be given an opportunity to explore parts of the process to generate their own text, based on prompts given by the poets. The anthology will be for sale.

Terry teaches Kundalini Yoga and Meditation at Writers At Work on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 - 7:15 p.m. Kundalini Yoga helps to stimulate the energy we need to manifest our creative ideas. All levels of experience and fitness are welcome. Suggested donation: $10/class or pay what you can.

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